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Volkswagen's head of commercial autonomous vehicle strategy says the cost of developing AVs isn't worth it (what?!); Pittsburgh's Mayor Bill Peduto lays the groundwork for Pittsburgh to become the epicenter of autonomous vehicle innovation, testing, and deployment; and I go on a rather lengthy rant on Tesla's absurd claim of "full self-driving capability."

ALSO: My full 19-minute review of the Tesla Model 3 with Enhanced Autopilot is now live! Watch it here and be sure to subscribe to my channel!

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Ep 91: INTERVIEW: AEye President, Blair LaCorte

March 22nd, 2019

41:50

Another day, another interview, this time, with none other than AEye President Blair LaCorte, as we talk all about the "biomimicry"  magic that is AEye. What AEye are doing is a fusion of lidar and camera vision to …

Ep 90: INTERVIEW: Renovo CEO Christopher Heiser

March 19th, 2019

37:56

Wow, we're really on a roll with guest interviews! Today, it's Renovo CEO Christopher Heiser as we talk all about the autonomous vehicle OS that is …

Ep 89: Japan to allow cell phone use on L3 cars; proposal for new AV levels; Waymo sells its lidar kit

March 12th, 2019

17:57

Today: Japan is laying the foundation to prepare for Level 3+ autonomous vehicles in 2020 by letting drivers-not-driving to use their cell phones. Meanwhile, a new proposal for the various levels of autonomy -- …

EP 88: INTERVIEW: Ro Gupta, CEO/Founder of Carmera on Toyota partnership, HD mapping

March 8th, 2019

36:01

Today I'm thrilled to have on the show Ro Gupta, CEO & Founder of Carmera, maker of autonomous vehicle real time HD mapping software. Following …

Ep 86: INTERVIEW: Matthew Gibb, Chairman, The NEXT Education, on AV connectivity; 5G; and more!

March 1st, 2019

36:07

A very special episode today as we welcome to the show Matthew Gibb, Chairman of The NEXT Education (@The_NEXT_Ed), to discuss connectivity in an autonomous vehicle world, including 5G; geo-fenced deployment; and much …

Ep 85: 1 YEAR OF ACMH! (1) AEB systems are not equal; (2) Singapore fast tracks AVs; (3) What AVs can learn from Lion Air crash

February 26th, 2019

19:21

Ep 84: California autobahns for AVs; a new way to deploy AVs; Elon Musk's claim for full self driving this year

February 22nd, 2019

19:51

A new proposal for adding autobahn-type lanes to California freeways could be the ticket to fast track AVs and EVs; are we going about AV deployment …

Ep 83: Predictive vision for AVs; Future of insurance; Ford & VW to partner up?

February 19th, 2019

20:30

The University of Michigan studies pedestrian body language like gait and posture to bolster computer vision algorithms with predictive analytics; we …

Ep 82: My solution for AV traffic problems; infrastructure upgrades to expedite AV deployment; when WILL we see L5 AVs, anyway?

February 12th, 2019

31:34

I share my solution for autonomous vehicles' traffic woes; we discuss infrastructure upgrades to help expedite AV deployment; and I share my thoughts …

Ep 81: Air traffic control for cars; Amazon invests in AV startup; how will 5G be deployed?

February 8th, 2019

14:31

The University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) has an idea to help lower AV testing costs by utilizing remote human operators; Amazon finally invests in an autonomous vehicle startup; given 5G's …

Ep 80: Car sharing to be fast-tracked by Hollywood; AV task force; AVs to be mandated by ADA

February 5th, 2019

26:43

Today, Episode 80! Can Hollywood bring about the cultural shift to wean people off of privately owned cars and into shared cars? Does a New Jersey …

Ep 79, SPECIAL: I join two other attorneys on their podcast to discuss legal standards for AVs

February 1st, 2019

50:11

I was invited by TuckerEllis, LLP (@TuckerEllis) to join two of their attorneys on their podcast "Driverless" (@_Driverless), in which we deep dive into a broad discussion on various legal issues surrounding autonomous …

QUESTION: Should I split tomorrow's 45 minute episode into two parts?

January 31st, 2019

1:16

If you remember, I was invited to be a guest on the podcast of the law firm TuckerEllis LLP in which we discussed, above all, the standard of care to …

Ep 78: Florida to test AVs without test drivers; 905nm vs 1550nm lidar; Tesla driver falls asleep

January 29th, 2019

17:41

Today, Episode 78! Florida mulls autonomous vehicle testing without test drivers; we do a mini deep dive into the different flavors of lidar -- 950nm …

Ep 77: German AV consortium; I just did MIT's trolly paradox experiment; here's what Apple's up to

January 25th, 2019

18:22

Today: (1) We discuss the AV consortium being assembled amongst the German automakers to help share development costs (but really to cover their …

Ep 76: AVs for elderly & disabled mobility; listener Q&A; autonomous scooters

January 22nd, 2019

27:31

We discuss a deeply moving and inspiring email from a listener pushing for autonomous vehicles for people with disabilities; I respond to another listener's questions; and we talk about autonomous scooters.

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SEASON 3 PREMIERE, EP 75: CES 2019!

January 18th, 2019

43:35

The good folks over at HERE Technologies (Twitter; Facebook) invited me to join them in Las Vegas for CES 2019 and help moderate a few days of talks …

MEET ME AT CES 2019 NEXT WEEK!

January 3rd, 2019

0:51

The good folks over at HERE Technologies have invited me to join them at CES 2019 next week in Las Vegas! I'll be there Monday through Thursday, so …

Ep 74: SEASON 2 FINALE! -- Listener QA; FAA for AVs; Tesla driver falls asleep

December 14th, 2018

26:09

Today, Episode 74, THE SEASON 2 FINALE! Today: I make a few announcements; I answer some listener-submitted questions; we discuss whether autonomous vehicles will eventually need a government body like the FAA/ICAO/IATA …

Ep 73: Teslas go door-to-door without human input; VW & Ford; the transition to AVs

December 12th, 2018

19:57

Today, Episode 73! Teslas will soon get you door-to-door with no human intervention at all; Ford & VW partner up on AV tech; and we talk about the transition from human-driven to autonomous cars in the coming …

Ep 72: The optimal strategy to roll out AVs; Waymo launches world's first AV taxi; Uber strikes back

December 7th, 2018

26:40

Today, Episode 72! We talk the best strategy for autonomous vehicles, and it may not be what you think; Waymo rolls out the world's first autonomous …

Ep 71: Should governments slow AV deployment; US Fed relaxes regulations; AV endgame is boring

December 4th, 2018

29:16

Today, Episode 71: Should governments around the world slow the deployment of autonomous vehicles to help save jobs; The US government relaxes …

Ep 70: GM focuses on AVs and EVs; Daimler & Bosch ready AV car sharing; Volvo & Luminar

November 30th, 2018

15:58

Today, Episode 70! GM focuses on AVs and EVs and replace Cruise Auatomation's CEO and co-founder with GM's president; Daimler & Bosch prepare to …

Ep 69: SPECIAL GUEST Martin Adler, PhD

November 27th, 2018

33:05

Today, thrilled to have Martin Adler, PhD, join us from Amsterdam, on an incredibly fascinating interview that was meant to go just 15-20 minutes, but instead ended up going nearly half an hour long!

Read, listen, and …

Ep 68: A special UK special edition! British startup Wayve; who's testing where in the UK; FiveAI

November 20th, 2018

21:59

Today, a very special UK special edition! We discuss Wayve's machine learning algorithms designed to let cars better learn their environments; we get an overview of who's testing what, where, throughout the UK (hint -- …

Ep 67: Steering wheel or no steering wheel? China gets its first solid state LiDAR AV; so does BMW

November 16th, 2018

26:41


Today! We discuss whether you'd be more comfortable getting into a fully autonomous car (read: driverless; no human backup driver) that had the usual …

Ep 66: SPECIAL: Insider tour of HERE Technologies' Berkeley, CA garage offices!

November 13th, 2018

20:14

Last week I had the great privilege to be invited to a special, invite-only media event at HERE Technologies' garage offices in Berkeley, CA, to …

Ep 65: SPECIAL GUEST INTERVIEW: Elaina Farnsworth, CEO The NEXT Education

November 9th, 2018

29:08

Today, Episode 65: Elaina Farnsworth, CEO of The NEXT Education (thenexted.com), on her mission to educate and empower the world's talent for this new era of autonomous and connected mobility.

Read, listen, and discuss …

Ep 64: Illogical humans; iSee brings common sense to AVs; Cruise Automation still on track

November 6th, 2018

18:14

Humans will apparently always be illogical; iSee is developing software that brings common sense "understanding" to autonomous vehicles; Cruise …

Ep 63: Waymo goes truly driverless in Califoria; Volvo & Baidu buddy up; Tesla Summon, FaradayFail

November 1st, 2018

22:16

Waymo gets approval to test its autonomous cars without backup drivers in California; Volvo & Baidu team up to work on L4 autonomous taxis in …

Ep 62: More trolly paradoxes; Tesla's Navigate on Autopilot; countries' preparedness for AVs

October 30th, 2018

26:47

We'll discuss why the trolly paradox isn't a real issue after all, or at least, why it shouldn't be; Tesla's Autopilot V9.0 with Navigate on …

Ep 61: The Trolly Paradox, again; GM's Cruise Automation can't see pedestrians; VW's strategy

October 26th, 2018

32:04

Today, Episode 61! We talk again about the trolly paradox, and the need to program autonomous to mirror various cultures' social norms, conventions, …

Ep 60: AVs to replace London cabbies by 2021; Lyft gets autonomous; Apple's Peloton concept

October 23rd, 2018

20:03

Today, Episode 60! Autonomous taxis start replacing beloved London cabbies by 2021; Lyft pushes ahead with its Level 5 autonomous Fords; and, Apple submits another AV patent, this time, for a peloton -- autonomous …

Ep 59: Tesla removes "fully self driving" on order form; the Apple Car; 6 cities' approach to AVs

October 19th, 2018

21:07

Today, Episode 59: Tesla (Elon Musk, really) has just removed the rather confusing "fully self driving" functionality option on Tesla cars' order …

Ep 58: Volvo & Nvidia; self-driving cars will make us fatter; Waymo readies revenue service

October 16th, 2018

24:26

Today, Episode 58! Volvo and Nvidia partner up for improved autonomy in Volvo's early 2020 vehicles; self driving cars pose a serious health risk; …

Ep 57: SPECIAL GUEST INTERVIEW: Dan Piatkowski from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

October 12th, 2018

27:00

TODAY! Thrilled and honored to have special guest Dan Piatkowski join me on the show! Dan's the Assistant Professor of Regional Planning at the …

Ep 56: Feds embrace AVs; AVs to impede ped-only zones; Cruise Automation gets $2.75B from Honda

October 9th, 2018

19:55

Annnnnd.... we're back with Episode 56! Sorry for the brief, unscheduled break the last two weeks, but let's dive in and pick up where we left off! …

We’ll be back next week! Sorry!

October 3rd, 2018

1:24

Ep 55: BMW's autonomous motorcycle; the best route for autonomous trucking; Waymo's milestones

September 21st, 2018

20:47

Today! We talk about BMW's autonomous motorcycle; the best commercial trucking routes for autonomous trucking; and, we take a step back to look at 9 years of Waymo's biggest milestones.

Read, listen, and discuss this …

Ep 54: AVs cheaper, safer, boringer; Volvo's EV AV truck; Tesla's cross-country Autopilot road trip and BMW iNEXT

September 18th, 2018

19:42

Episode 54: Companies are deploying AVs at a faster and faster pace, but are we going to see safer, cheaper, and boringer? Volvo unveils it's …

Ep 53: Uber invests $150M into AVs in Toronto; VW pushes for AV standardizations; my rant against articles against AVs

September 14th, 2018

33:36

Today, Episode 53! Uber's not out of the autonomous car race after all, with a new $150M investment in a new AV facility working with the University …

Ep 52: GM's Cruise Automation hits roadblock in NYC; Volvo's 360c self-driving bedroom; AV market numbers

September 11th, 2018

22:08

Today, Episode 52! GM's autonomous car subsidiary Cruise Automation hits a regulatory roadblock to start testing in NYC; Volvo's new 360c fully …

Ep 51: FCA invests $30M into AV test facility; consumers not ready for Level 5 cars; Audi's releases an Aicon

September 7th, 2018

22:10

Today, Episode 51! FCA gets serious about AVs with a $30M investment in an AV test facility; for the first time in history, technological development …

Ep 50: Germany takes on Tesla; Universal Basic Mobility; an Apple crashes

September 5th, 2018

28:15

Today, Episode 50! What a milestone! Germany takes on Tesla; should Universal Mobility be a thing, and if so, how; an Apple gets into a bit of a mess.

Ep 49: Waymo annoys locals; industries disrupted by autonomous cars; China gets serious about EVs and AVs in the US

August 31st, 2018

22:45

Today, Episode 49! Waymo's autonomous Chrysler Pacifica minivans annoy the locals in Chandler, Arizona; we discuss five industries sure to be disrupted (or invented altogether) by autonomous cars; and, China gets very …

Ep 48: VW's $4B vw.OS investment; AVs destroy (and create) jobs; Toyota invests $500M into Uber

August 28th, 2018

23:37

Today, Episode 48! VW invests $4B into its new vw.OS mobility platform; autonomous cars will destroy -- and create -- jobs; and Toyota invests $500M into Uber.

Read, listen, and discuss this episode at MarcHoag.com

Ep 47: VW We, Drive.ai expands, Lyft & Aptiv hit 5000 rides in Las Vegas

August 23rd, 2018

19:53

Today: Volkswagen's We EV car sharing program prepares 2000 cars for Berlin; Drive.ai expands to Arlington, TX; and Lyft & Aptiv hit 5000 rides …

Ep 46 - SEASON 2 PREMIERE! Better roads for AVs; no more Uber trucks; BMW gives up on AVs?

August 20th, 2018

23:49

Welcome back to Autonomous Cars with Marc Hoag as we kick off Season 2! Today, we discuss the need for better roads and infrastructure for AVs; Uber shuts down its autonomous trucking division; and BMW has a second …

Ep 45: Apple worker steals AV secrets; Daimler, Bosch roll out AV taxis; FCA goes after Tesla

July 12th, 2018

20:01

Episode 45! Our final episode of the season before going on a brief summer break: A (now former) Apple employee steals Apple's autonomous car …

Ep 44: VW's EV car sharing, AV traffic woes, people love driving

July 6th, 2018

16:55

Today! We talk about VW's new EV car sharing program "WE"; we discuss the paradox of increased traffic caused by AVs; and (some) people will always love driving. PLUS: I spotted that mysterious, unmarked, debadged, …

Ep 43: RoboMart, Levandowski starts a new thing, an AI roadblock

July 4th, 2018

19:54

Today, Episode 43! RoboMart.ai is the autonomous grocery store on wheels you didn't know you needed; Anthony Levandowski of Google/Waymo/Uber fame, and creator of lidar, has just launched a new thing; and, are …

Ep 42: World's first podcast recorded while driving a Tesla Model S with Autopilot?!

June 29th, 2018

20:25

Today! A very special podcast episode -- and quite possibly the world's first! -- recorded inside a Tesla Model S while driving from San Francisco to Palo Alto with Autopilot engaged, complete with my personal thoughts, …

Ep 41. May Mobility launches autonomous electric shuttle service; the GM AV1; Faraday Future gets $2B investment!

June 27th, 2018

14:12

Today, Episode 41! (Sorry for being a bit late, and short, this one...) We discuss the very cool, imminent launch (as in, tomorrow) of Ann …

Ep 40. Paradoxes: AVs and environment; AVs and car brands; AVs and cities

June 22nd, 2018

23:59

Today, Episode 40! We discuss paradoxes! Specifically: With AVs making it easier for people to drive more places more frequently and more distances, what does this mean for the environment? What do AVs mean for more …

Ep 39. Apple hires ex-Waymo engineer; Volvo invests in Luminar Lidar; Enterprise partners with Voyage; rideOS

June 19th, 2018

18:00

Today! Apple hires a former ex-Waymo engineer for its Project Titan autonomous car project; Volvo invests in lidar maker Luminar; Enterprise and …

Ep 38. MarcHoag.com launches; remote cars; BYTON; comma.ai

June 15th, 2018

24:58

Autonomous Cars with Marc Hoag gets its new home on the web over at MarcHoag.com ! Please check it out and share with your friends and colleagues!

Ep 37: Police Pulling over AVs; Dehumanizing AVs; Autopilot 9

June 11th, 2018

25:22

Today (1) We wonder how police will pull over an autonomous car; (2) We ponder ways to make autonomous cars socially acceptable (3) Tesla announces …

Ep 34, Part 2: AV rollout, Waymo, Cruise Automation

June 4th, 2018

13:46

Today! We loop back to Episode 34 to do Part 2, in which we discuss the roll out of automation in the commercial shipping space first; Waymo's 100x …

SPECIAL: UC DAVIS PROFESSOR SPERLING "3 REVOLUTIONS" PRES.

June 1st, 2018

25:49

SPECIAL! If there's one episode you listen to on this podcast, make it this one. I had the privilege of attending a presentation by Professor Daniel Sperling, the Distinguished Blue Planet Professor, and Founding …

Ep 34, Part 1: Jaguars prove humans need AVs; Apple + VW

May 30th, 2018

22:01

The one where we ran out of time discussing Jaguar's theoretical Jaguar I-PACE SVR with 0-60 times of less than 2 seconds; and, Apple & VW's new love affair.

Please remember: If you like this podcast, share it with …

Ep 33. Car data privacy; Autopilot deceptive; Uber quits AZ

May 26th, 2018

17:49

GDRP goes live and we take a look at the implications for the connected car; consumer groups attack Tesla for "Autopilot" name; Uber gives up on autonomous car testing in Arizona.

Please remember: If you like this …

Ep 32. City design; Americans scared of AVs; Aviation & AVs

May 22nd, 2018

26:36

We talk about the impact AVs will have not just on city design, but on building design, too; I go on a mini-rant about the 73% of Americans that are scared of AVs; and we discuss what we can learn about AVs from …

Ep 31. Autopilot common sense; Apple's AVs; MobilEye

May 18th, 2018

17:41

We talk common sense when using semi-autonomous systems like Autopilot; Apple now the #2 autonomous vehicle company by number of CA testing permits(!); Intel's MobilEye lands an 8 million car deal.

Please remember: If …

Ep 30: Drive.ai AVs talk to peds; BMW AVs; Ohio hearts AVs

May 15th, 2018

24:35

Drive.ai autonomous vehicles communicate with pedestrians; BMW clarifies its view on AVs; Ohio embraces AVs.

Please remember: If you like this …

Ep 29. GUEST: James Newton - AVs killer app of IoT/5G?

May 11th, 2018

27:38

Our first ever guest interview! James Newton is British, has been living in France for just over 30 years and has had an eclectic career developing business in industries focused on IoT, Telematics and Automotive. I've …

SNEAK PREVIEW: Join us Friday 7AM PT for our first guest!

May 9th, 2018

1:20

Join us Friday, May 11, 2018, for our first ever guest! James Newton, a veteran of the automotive and IoT industries, joins us from Toulouse France, …

Ep 27. Uber's software error; Volvos talk; no maps for MIT

May 7th, 2018

18:40

Today: Uber's crash the result of a software calibration error; Volvo's cars and trucks talk together; MIT's autonomous cars don't need maps.

Please …

Ep 26. AVs get hot; FB dreams of AVs; BMW plays with lasers

May 3rd, 2018

23:37

Today: Thermal imaging cameras help autonomous cars see the world around them; Facebook's game plan with autonomous cars; and BMW finds a laser supplier for its ride sharing autonomous car fleet slated for release in …

Ep 25. Android Automotive; AV slime molds; AV testing regs

May 1st, 2018

16:52

Today: Google prepares Android Automotive to be a sort of "car OS" for all automakers; slime molds may offer a solution for autonomous car …

Ep 24. BMW's AV view; Tesla avoids crash; Tesla exec quits

April 27th, 2018

19:56

Our 2-monthiversary! Today: BMW says humans aren't ready for AVs; a Tesla's Autopilot swerves to avoid being flattened by a big rig truck; and -- coincidentally -- Tesla's Autopilot lead heads to Intel.

Please remember: …

Ep 23. Open Source AVs; Model X hits gym; Waymo's philosophy

April 24th, 2018

20:14

Today: Autonomous taxi startup Voyage open sources its testing software; a Tesla Model X hits the gym (literally); and, we discuss an important detail contrasting Waymo's philosophy of autonomous car tech to that of its …

Ep 22. Tesla & Waymo collect data; Buick's EV; Tesla selfies

April 19th, 2018

20:08

Episode 22! Today: We discuss how Tesla and Waymo go about collecting driving data in radically different ways, and what it means for their ongoing …

Ep 21. V2V & V2I; Autopilot imperfect; Mission E & MB EQS

April 17th, 2018

29:09

Our biggest episode yet, clocking in at a whopping 27 minutes! Today: We discuss vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications; discuss why it's ok that Tesla's Autopilot will never be …

Ep 20. Uber supports AVs; Model X lawsuit; solid state lidar

April 12th, 2018

19:19

Uber's CEO still strongly support autonomous cars; my thoughts surrounding a lawsuit around the Model X crash; and a brief -- very brief -- overview …

Ep 19. Porsche electrifies; full review of Tesla Autopilot

April 9th, 2018

19:00

Porsche announces full electrification by 2030; a mini review of the Jaguar I-Pace first drive; and I share my full review of Tesla's latest …

Ep 18. CA allows driverless cars; Model X crash recreated

April 5th, 2018

16:30

Today! The CA DMV allows testing and deployment of FULLY driverless cars on its roads; two Tesla owners post videos testing and recreating the recent Model X crash (yes, really); a(nother) Chinese EV startup is born; …

Ep 17. Tesla's stock; a 1000hp EV SUV; an AV gets ticketed!

April 3rd, 2018

18:02

We discuss Tesla's plummeting stock as it relates to Model 3 production woes; an astonishing new EV SUV with 1000hp; and a Cruise Automation fully …

Ep 16. Jaguar + Waymo; Uber's blind spot; Model X crash

March 29th, 2018

11:41

The one where we talk about Jaguar partnering up with Waymo; a blind spot in Uber's lidar system potentially causing the tragic accident in Arizona; and a horrific Model X accident in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Become …

Ep 15. Lidar maker "baffled" by Uber; Tesla Maps; Porsche

March 26th, 2018

16:56

Lidar maker is "baffled" by Uber autonomous test vehicle; Tesla starts rolling out its new mapping software; Porsche declares that it is NOT …

Ep 14. If cell phones ok, AVs must be too; BMW i4, iX3

March 23rd, 2018

15:17

I make the controversial claim that if we as society are ok with allowing cell phones in cars, then it must be the case that we're ok with autonomous cars, too. Also, BMW announces two new products in its nascent "i" …

Ep 13. Risk vs. Benefit of Autonomous Cars; licenses; etc.

March 21st, 2018

14:47

We'll discuss the risk vs benefit of autonomous cars; the difficulty of getting drivers' licenses in the future; how autonomous cars will gradually …

Ep 12. Analysis of Uber's accident; Chrysler's Portal

March 20th, 2018

16:12

The one where we analyze Uber's tragic accident that killed a pedestrian; also, details on what may be the next big thing -- Chrysler! -- with their …

BREAKING: Autonomous Uber kills pedestrian; bad actors; more

March 19th, 2018

16:17

BREAKING NEWS: An autonomous Uber has struck and killed a pedestrian in Tempe Arizona; we discuss responsibility and liability in cases of autonomous …

Ep 10. Autopilot; GM's Cruise AV; Ford's $11B investment

March 16th, 2018

21:42

The one where we discuss details on Tesla's recent Autopilot update (that were not yet available for yesterday's episode); we go into more details …

Ep 9. Tesla, German EVs, Waymo puts passengers to sleep

March 15th, 2018

19:52

Ep 8. Tesla, Starsky Robotics, Trolly Paradox SOLVED!

March 12th, 2018

22:29

The one where we discuss Tesla's limited product line; self driving trucking company Starsky Robotics' Series A; and the solution to the infamous …

Ep 7. 2019 Jaguar I-PACE, rideOS

March 8th, 2018

16:34

Ep 6. Geneva Auto Show & autonomous car sharing

March 7th, 2018

23:38

The one where we talk about the new electric cars announced by Porsche and VW at the Geneva Auto Show, and loop back to the previous episode to continue our discussion on the interesting topic of autonomous car sharing.

Ep 5. Fully autonomous cars in California & Volvo's VC fund

March 5th, 2018

7:32

California's DMV has announced that fully autonomous -- driverless -- cars will be allowed on the streets starting April 2, 2018. Meanwhile, Volvo …

Ep 4. Why we need self driving cars

March 3rd, 2018

11:15

Ep 3. Bulletproof Teslas, old cars in age of autonomy, etc

March 1st, 2018

17:15

The one where we discuss the legality of owning older cars once autonomous cars are mandated; the value of a bulletproof Tesla; and Volvo’s plans to …

Ep 2. Autonomous cars are closer than you think

February 28th, 2018

16:31

PILOT

February 28th, 2018

18:16

The very first episode of Autonomous Cars with Marc Hoag where I share with you my first experience in an autonomous car, the Tesla Model S with Autopilot! Remember - I encourage feedback and back and forth discussions, …

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